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in virginia. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: mainly sunny and mild. highs in the lower 50s. wind: n/s 5-10mph. tonight: chilly, but quiet. lows in the upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph sunday: mainly sunny & today, and it's going to lead to fantastic outdoor weather. the ridge of area. however, the predominant southerly wind will continue the weather spills into early next week ahead of a cold
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ruled out as the front moves across our area. another stronger cold front will cross our area it. for now, it looks week...but stay tuned. it'll also get cooler behind the front. hampton police say a suspect was shot and killed while he attempted to rob a business. it happened around 6-20 friday night in the 1st block of west mercury boulevard. the business is called "gift cards atm." police say someone within the business shot the man, who died at the scene. a second man was found on nearby seldendale drive with one gunshot wound. it's not yet clear how he's related to the
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sgt. matt bond - hampton police division c13 21:08:42 - we can't you is at this point in time, we are speaking with him to think he is related to this. yes. it's not a separate incident it is in fact one isolated incident that individual has been involved in. no one else was hurt. police have not said if the person who shot the gun was an employee or a customer. today, people will honor the family who died in a murder-suicide in chesapeake. meanwhile....we're getting more information from police as the investigation develops. we've learned investigators are looking into whether the dooleys were killed monday night. on tuesday morning -- brooke dooley was not in school and todd dooley did not show up for work. we've also learned brooke's concerned boyfriend showed up at the wildwood road home with his mother and called police. officers found 22-year-old landon dooley dead on the floor...and then began
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home. that's where 26-year-old cameron dooley had barricaded himself inside. neighbor valerie parker took this video of the barricade situation wednesday night into thursday morning and says she can not believe what has unfolded (from home video) ((14:38 person says they are going in 14;40 the blast oh my got ((numbed shocked tragic horrible there's really not words to describe it happened in your house complete, but have not been made public. there will be an obituary on the family out tomorrow. and a reminder-- a vigil will be held this evening attended for years. the church is on george washington highway in deep creek.
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o'clock. we have more information on the funeral fund for the family-- as well as our coverage of the story since it broke-- on wavy dot com. we're still working to find out more about a man's body found in the lafayette river. you might remember this as breaking news yesterday afternoon. norfolk officers responded to 26th street and villa circle just before 4. that's where some teenagers saw the body in the water, and called 911. police haven't said how the man died, or who he is. once the medical examiner finishes the autopsy -- we should be able to give you more information. we're working to find out why prosecutors dropped charges against an elizabeth city man accused of a sex crime. deputies arrested darrell walker on tuesday after he allegedly forced a man into sexual acts. the pasquotank county district attorney dismissed the charges yesterday to further investigate the evidence. friends says news of walker's arrest shocked the elizabeth city community. now they are worried about his tarnished reputation.
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48:24)) "why is it important to you to step "he's a good man. things deserve to be right by him. nobody's life should be destroyed from a lie." walker is a teacher at perquimans middle school. the district tells us, he is on paid administrative leave while the superintendent and authorities investigate. a judge denied bond for a norfolk assistant principal charged with a sex crime. 64-year-old gary jordan will stay in jail. police arrested jordan earlier this week for making inappropriate comments to a child. he is the assistant principal at madison alternative center. police say the incident happened on january 14th, on bowden's ferry road - the same block where the school is located. jordan is due back in court in march. a family wants closure - and answers - nearly six weeks after a loved one was murdered in his norfolk home.
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up with the family of 54-year-old marvin jones this week. jones was shot and killed on berkley avenue extended just days before christmas. his death presents a cruel irony -- before his murder, jones had been active in anti-gun violence movements within his church. the congregation - life line ministries in chesapeake - say they're shaken by his death. c1 pastor allen harris community, it shook our church, there are still people who are members of 06:09:09 "he brought a real special bond to suspects and no leads. family members -- and investigators have no suspects and no leads. family members -- and police -- urge anyone with information to come forward. odu students and staff hit the streets in an effort to increase safety off campus. they called it a "knock and talk" and focused on the lambert's point neighborhood. the student goverment association pulled together volunteers, the dean of students, staff and campus
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doors to talk about resources for off campus students. they also handed out light bulbs and door alarms. sot -- jordan mccoy - off safety, but increase the communication that goes between the odu police just walking down the street, you can say hi to safest area. it's definitely not the door. i really appreciated it. i felt cared for. :32 odu is now offering a "party registration." that means students can register their off campus parties with police. a police officer will visit the students house to talk to them about safety tips. this is after serious crimes, including shootings, have happened at off campus parties. just days away from the iowa caucus, more information from the campus parties. just days away from the a look at the latest to come out of the
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plus, scientists say a tool meant to combat lead in flint's water isn't working. you'll hear just how toxic that water is. but up next, some students at a suffolk elementary school get to take part in an amazing learning experience. a look at
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without ever leaving suffolk -- students get to travel around the world. teachers got to use a new technology called google expeditions to take students on a virtual journey that helps bring lessons to life. students can go to nearly 100 different places. megan farabough is a teacher at mack benn-junior-elementary. she says this new technology is a richer experience compared to what students had before. 3.32 it's a little different than using a directly into what youre talking about. what you're doing. 47 the same program will be visiting 10 classrooms in an officer makes a daring rescue of a boy who fell through the ice on a pond. and it's all on camera. we'll show you in our next 15 minutes. plus, more publicity for a convict already made famous by netflix.
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attorney is talking about why she's hopeful he'll be exonerated. the evidence she says needs to be looked at again. meteorologist adlib wx tease (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound)
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(elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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just days before the iowa caucuses, the hillary clinton campaign finds itself back under the cloud of the email controversy. the state department says some of the emails found on clinton's personal email from her time as secretary of state contained emails with the highest level of classification. 22 emails from her private server were labeled "top secret." a state department spokesman says those documents were not marked
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they were sent. just before this information came out, nbc's lester holt asked clinton how the email investigation might affect her campaign. (hillary clinton / (d) presidential candidate:18) lester holt: anything could happen, indictments could happen. why shouldn't people, as they weigh the electability the facts have remained the same. there was never any information sent or received that was marked classified to me. the iowa caucuses are monday. clinton holds the lead in the polls over bernie sanders. police in southern california are looking for two inmates who escaped a maximum-secuirty prison last week. think jonathan tieu and hossein nayeri went north to the san jose area. the two espcaped from the orange county central jail last week by using a makeshift roof. deputies say they are together. the sheriff's office says tieu and nayeri are likely armed and
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s/jeff hallock/orange county sheriff's office :12 "i just want to send a message to mr. nayeri or mr. tieu if they are are coming after you and we're pressing forward, and we will take you back into custody." a third escaped inmate named bac duong turned himself into police yesterday. they say he is cooperating with the investigation. police shot and killed a robbery suspect after he took a woman hostage. police officers went to a store after getting a call about a robbery in progress. police say right after the suspect robbed the store, he briefly took the woman and held her against her will. one of the officers killed the suspect right after he got on scene. the officers and the woman weren't hurt. a couple from phoenix is accused of selling infected human parts for profit. arthur and elizabeth rathburn ran a company that rented out human body parts for medical training. they shipped those parts out to chicago
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were donated to them for science. but court documents show the rathburns bought diseased bodies at reduced costs for suppliers and then lied about it to customers. policie raided the couple's warehouses and found thousands of dismembered body parts on ice and not embalmed properly. (barbara mcquade, u.s. attorney) "it appears to be an industry that is not highly regulated. it certainly would be heartbreaking to know that your loved one ended up being cut up like this." the rathburns each face 20 years in prison if they are convicted. the new attorney for the man at the center of the netflix series "making a murderer" is confident her client will be proven innocent. a jury convicted steven avery for the 2005 murder of 25-year-old teresa halbach. he is serving a life sentence, but he recently appealed his case. his attorney kathleen zellner says she believes her team will uncover new evidence that will exonerate him. (kathleen zellner, steven avery's attorney) "i want car. i want to examine things on the car that obviously would
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that weren't." zellner says she has a list of other suspects who could have committed the murder. but she did not say who's on the list. today: mainly sunny and mild. highs in the lower 50s. wind: n/s 5-10mph. tonight: chilly, but quiet. lows in the upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph sunday: mainly sunny & warm. highs in the mid 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. highs pressure has control of our area today, and it's going to lead to fantastic outdoor weather. the ridge of high pressure will move into the atlantic for sunday, but it will still have a grip on our area. however, the predominant southerly
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warming trend. so, highs will rise into the mid the weekend. warm weather spills into early next week ahead of a cold front that will cross our area late on monday. the front won't have much moisture with it, but an isolated showers aren't ruled out as the front moves across our area. another stronger cold front will cross our area on wednesday night, and there will be scattered strong) affiliated with it. for now, it looks like the front may stall and linger rain in our area for the end of next week...but stay tuned. it'll also get cooler behind the front. more than 60 years after he was killed in action, the remains of a korean war veteran finally come home. the emotional reunion with
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today: mainly sunny and mild. highs in the lower 50s. wind: n/s 5-10mph. tonight: chilly, but quiet. lows in the upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph sunday: mainly sunny & warm. highs in the mid 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. highs pressure has control of our area today, and it's going to lead to fantastic outdoor weather. the ridge of high pressure will move into the atlantic for sunday, but it will still have a grip on our area. however, the predominant southerly wind will continue the warming trend. so, highs will rise into the mid 60s for the last day of
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weather spills into early next week ahead of a cold front that will cross our area late on monday. the front won't have much moisture with it, but an isolated showers aren't ruled out as the front moves across our area. another stronger cold front will cross our area on wednesday night, and there will be scattered showers and storms (some strong) affiliated with it. for now, it looks like the front may stall and linger rain in our area for the end of next week...but stay tuned. it'll also get cooler behind
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more than 60 years after
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i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose
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sizing up the toll from the opioid epidemic. nearly a thousand fatal drug overdoses were recorded in 2014 across the state--- most involved prescription painkillers or heroin. every year, opioid drugs kill nearly three times as many virginians as homicides. the research also found taxpayers fork over 600-million dollars annually in public safety and health care services alone. the hardest hit areas are southwest and southside virginia, hampton roads and greater richmond. a marine is being praised for saving his family from a house fire. sergeant kevin cannon says he heard the smoke detector going off in his pennsylvania home friday morning. he was able to get up out of bed to get his
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ran back into the fire to save his four-month old daughter. neighbors say they are grateful the family is safe. "very very lucky and the smoke detector going off did a pretty good job with what they had to deal with to get the flames knocked down." even though the family is okay, they lost everything in the fire. that includes sergeant cannon's uniforms and the purple heart he was awarded for his service in iraq. 60 years later -- the remains of a veteran killed in korea are back home. family and friends came to the harrisburg airport thursday for the bittersweet homecoming. kenneth stuck's remains came home in a casket draped with the american flag. his brother tearfully saluted his return. stuck says: " he was a great brother. there are brother home thank you sir we got him home thank you i appreciate it." stuck says: "oh kenny welcome home buddy wail" bowser says: "it's running rampant the feelings and when that airplane came down the airstrip it was just he's home yeah."
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in pennsylvania to fight in korea 65 years ago, but he was killed in action six months later and his body disappeared. in 19-93, boxes of remains were sent to the u-s from south korea. but it wasn't until recently stuck's remains were identified. police in colorado are sharing body cam video of an officer saving a boy from freezing water. the boy and two others fell through the ice at a pond/ the officer grabbed a tree branch to help him. the boy was able to grab on and survive. biles says: "he tried to on the ice with my tree hoping that i would see some sort of sign of
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crews pulled the other two boys from the icy waters. both died days later. some important members of the norfolk police force are one step closer to being better protected on the job. a look at some new threads for the k-9 unit. plus, thieves are looking to get a free ride off you. a look at how to keep
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good saturday morning everybody, thanks for joining us, i'm lex gray. and i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: mainly sunny and 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph control of our area high pressure will move into the atlantic for sunday, but it will still have a grip on our will rise into the mid 60s for the last day of front that will cross our ruled out as the front moves across our area. showers and storms (some strong) affiliated with for the end of next week...but stay tuned.
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hampton police say a suspect was shot and killed while he attempted block of west mercury boulevard. the business is called "gift cards atm." police say someone within the business shot the man, who died at the scene. a second man was found on nearby seldendale drive
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it's not yet clear how he's related to the robbery. sgt. matt bond - hampton police division c13 21:08:42 - we can't you is at this point in time, we are speaking with him to determine further. and as this. yes. it's not a separate incident it is in fact one isolated incident that individual has been involved in. no one else was hurt. police have not said if the person who shot the gun was an employee murder-suicide in chesapeake. meanwhile....we're getting more information from police as the investigation develops. we've learned investigators are looking into whether the dooleys were killed monday night. on tuesday morning -- brooke dooley was not in school and todd dooley did not show up for work. we've also learned brooke's concerned boyfriend showed up at the wildwood road home with his mother and called police. officers found 22-year-old landon
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floor...and then began investigating at a nearby home. that's where 26-year-old cameron dooley had barricaded himself inside. neighbor valerie parker took this video of the barricade situation wednesday night into thursday morning and says she can not believe what has unfolded (from home video) ((14:38 person says they are going in 14;40 the blast oh my got cameron put up your hands)) super: valerie parker/next door neighbor (34:25 22) ((numbed shocked tragic horrible there's really not words to describe it happened in your house they were your neighbors and nothing ever sent off any alarms no)) runs: 16 funeral arrangments are complete, but have not been made public. there will be an obituary on the family out tomorrow. and a reminder-- a vigil will be held this evening for the dooley family. it will be held-- at
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church the family attended for years. the church is on george washington highway in deep creek. the vigil the family-- as well as our coverage of the story since it broke-- on wavy dot com. a family wants closure - and answers - nearly six weeks after a loved one was murdered in his norfolk home. 10 on your side followed up with the family of 54-year-old marvin jones this week. jones was shot and killed on berkley avenue extended just days before christmas. his death presents a cruel irony -- before his murder, jones had been active in anti-gun violence movements within his church. the congregation - life line ministries in chesapeake - say they're shaken by his death. his sister says she just wants people to speak up about the c18 lisa jennette - victim's sister 06:26:03 working on it, all we need is for the community something."
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suspects and no leads. family members -- and police -- urge anyone with information to come forward. after republicans pushed back, democratic governor terry mcauliffe has backed off a bit on new gun regulations. mcauliffe's recent sweeping new gun policies were seen by some as a way to bypass the republican-led general assembly. yesterday, both sides reached a compromise. republicans agreed to support a measure that would prohibit people from carrying a gun if they are the subject of a permanent protective order for domestic violence. the governor agreed to continue allowing gun-owners from other states to carry concealed handguns into virginia-- as long as they have permits from their home states. guns in the hands of domestic abusers or other dangerous individuals who can not pass background checks." the deal between the democratic governor and republicans in the general assembly is considered a major accomplishment. norfolk's police dogs will soon be safer on the
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now that they've been fitted -- their new ballistic vests can be made. it will take a few weeks for the vests to be done. this is video from yesterday at double tap military surplus. ballistic vests are meant to protect police k9s during tense situations. they're custom-made with top of the line technology. you may remember norfolk police just buried a police dog that was shot and killed by a suspect earlier this month. cnn's anderson cooper donated to the virginia beach- based spike's k-9 fund to outfit dogs in norfolk and newport news with the vests. portsmouth's department also got enough money to outfit five of its dogs. coming up this morning, a wild police chase that you have to see to believe. wait until you see what happens when a mother and her baby get in the way of canada pays a visit to a remote village in his country that suffered violence and tragedy. but up next, uber is becoming a great way to get around for some people.
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put in the app may put you at risk of getting hacked.
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many people use uber as a convenient way to get around. and so do cyber thieves. they are looking to uber users for free rides... karen scullin tells you how to keep your private information safe on the app. uber has millions of users... and that means for a free ride. it's a you may check your credit card statement every few seconds to get ripped off... and it all comes back you. you took the send a victim an email. malware to your device. it's a key uber.com...
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there and they now have your username and the dark net. from 4-7 to avoid the click... but, if you do get caught... here's the best advice to recoup your money. lanterman says: "as long as the customer has used a credit card to link to versus debit cards." we may love the way technology has made things easier... but, there is a price we pay for that easy living. lanterman says: "whenever we gain convenience from technology, we're giving
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water filters...that don't filter. why scientists say what flint residents are using isn't going to
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samples from more than two dozen homes in flint show lead levels are too high for water filters to handle. officials saythe approved filters -- which were given out to residents -- can only take out lead up to 150 parts per billion. but of those samples -- the highest reading came in at 4-thousand parts per billion. water samples with results over 150
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levels. s/dr. nicole lurie/department of health and human services :16 "this number of 150 is important because the water filters distributed to flint residents are rated by nsf, nation that we think there is a problem with the filters." more samples are being tested for lead contamination. the results will be released sometime this week. a police chase in argentina almost ended horrifically -- when the suspect ran over a mom and her seven-month old baby. they're okay but the video we're about to show you may still be tough to watch. three men allegedly stole a car and lead police on a chase. the car drove onto a sidewalk and you can see it hit a 33-year-old woman and her baby. both sent flying into the air. the child landed on the ground, while her mother got caught on the hood, before falling off 300 yards away.
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and child were not seriously hurt. police arrested the three men after they hit a parked car. canadian prime minister justin trudeau paid an emotional vist to the town in saskatchewan where someone shot four and killed four people. trudeau met with community leaders, and offered his condolences. the village of la loche is a village where about 3-thousand people live. many are still grieving after the attacks at a school and home. a gunman shot and killed four people and wounded seven others. trudeau stopped at the high school where most of the shootings happned. s/ justin trudeau/ canadian prime minister :32 "we are communities of compassionate caring citizens across this nation. we love and we take care of one another, and we will and we must work together to address the deeper issues facing our country that have yet again been highlighted by tragedy and heartbreak
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a 17-year-old is in custody for the shooting. italian police have announced they arrested some big time mafia bosses. the two fugitive bosses were found in a bunker in calabria. giuseppe crea and giuseppe ferraro were hiding to avoid being prosecuted for extortion, murder, and other crimes. the two a reportedly the leaders of the crime sydicate that is europe's biggest cocaine supplier. today: mainly sunny and mild. highs in the lower 50s. wind: n/s 5-10mph. tonight: chilly, but quiet. lows in the upper 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph sunday: mainly sunny & warm. highs in the mid 60s. wind: sw 10-15mph. highs pressure has control of our area
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lead to fantastic outdoor weather. the ridge of high pressure will move into the atlantic for sunday, but it will still have a grip on our area. however, the predominant southerly wind will continue the warming trend. so, highs will rise into the mid 60s for the last day of the weekend. warm weather spills into early next week ahead of a cold front that will cross our area late on monday. the front won't have much moisture with it, but an isolated showers aren't ruled out as the front moves across our area. another stronger cold front will cross our area on wednesday night, and there will be scattered showers and storms (some strong) affiliated with
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like the front may stall and linger rain in our area for the end of next week...but stay tuned. it'll also get cooler behind the front. a judge in pennsylvania has had enough of how
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today: mainly sunny and mild. highs in the lower sunday: mainly sunny & today, and it's going to atlantic for sunday, but it will still have a grip will rise into the mid front that will cross our area late on monday. the moves across our area. another stronger cold strong) affiliated with it. for now, it looks it'll also get cooler behind the front. a judge in pennsylvania
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people dress in his court room. how he
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hundreds of college students are trying to break a pod this weekend. students from 20 different countries are at texas a&m this weekend for the first annual
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is hosted by space-x to see who can design the best pod, which students say is similar to a train in a low pressure tube. space-x c-e-o elon musk proposed the idea three years ago, and officials say the "potential futre of transportation" has gained a lot of interest. s/steve davis/space x :11 "we have trains, we have planes, we have cars, we have boats. and that's a really small number - four. so the opportunity to work on a 5th fundamental mode of transport is a really rare and special thing." the contest runs through today. space-x says winners will be invited this summer to test their designs on the test track expected to be built at the company's headquarters in california. a judge in pennsylvania is taking a stand when it comes to the dress code in his court room. judge craig long recently put up a sign in the lobby of his court room. it reads "pajamas are not appropriate attire for district court." judge long says he's seeing more and more people coming into his courtroom wearing pajama bottoms. he hopes the sign will
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his rules. (judge craig long/pennsylvania magisterial district court) ""we have a growing problem of people not of the code of conduct we can enforce. it's just basically a reminder." judge long wanted to put up the sign for a long time, but he had to wait to get permission from his superiors. he says there has been no negative feedback when it comes to the new dress code in the court room. shoppers got quite a surprise while browsing through a store in southern california. this sea lion climbed up 145 stairs from the cave below into the la jolla cave store. workers say they were getting ready to close for the day when the sea lion waddled through the front door. they say they chased it around for awhile, and eventually got some salmon to lure it back down the tunnel to its home. employees say this is the first time a sea lion has gone into the store.
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stll looking for answers six weeks after losing one of their own in a shooting. why they aren't giving up hope. plus, a local school administrator in court on
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
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in the act. what we're still working to learn from police. plus -- as friends and family honor the family killed in a murder-suicide, police are still working out the details. a look at a possible timeline of what happened. and the governor reaches a deal with republican members of the general assembly. what will happen to gun regulations in virginia. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm
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